Prospective Graduate Students - How to Apply

OnLine Registration Process

APPLICATION Deadline to begin studies in September 2014 - now EXTENDED to 01 April 2014

Thank you for your interest in our program! - Effective 01 November 2013 we will begin considering applications for entry into our program in September 2014. We encourage you to complete your application soon using the online application program available through the School of Graduate Studies website.  Applicants who apply by 01 March each year will be eligible for all funding opportunities (TA, RA and internal funding awards) available through the School.  Decisions made on applications received after 01 March each year may not be eligible for some funding award opportunities.  Decisions made on applications received after 01 July each year will not be eligible for TA in their first year of study and may have limited access to other internal funding opportunities.

We recommend you make initial communication with a faculty member in your area of interest/expertise prior to beginning the application process to determine whether that faculty member will be accepting students for the upcoming academic cycle. Our graduate student complement is in the 55-65 range with individual faculty members normally supervising 2-4 students per year.  Individual faculty may make admission decisions at any time throughout the year.  Students considering graduate studies are encouraged to begin a dialogue with a potential supervisor early in the admission cycle.

Our School website contains a list of faculty members and their research areas of interest as well as a description of our graduate program. Follow the Faculty and Graduate Degree Programs links to learn more.

Please read all instructions provided and prepare your online application accordingly. Please use these guidelines to ensure you apply in the appropriate degree path:

MSc or PhD

  • biomechanics
  • ergonomics
  • exercise physiology
  • physical activity epidemiology
  • health promotion
  • psychology of sport

MA or PhD

  • socio-cultural studies of sport, health and the body

Please note we do not normally offer a part-time program at either the master’s or doctoral level of study.

Entrance Requirements

Master's Program (M.A. / M.Sc.)

Doctoral Program (Ph.D)

International Students

Will be considered individually in special circumstances in direct consultation with a potential supervisor.

Decision

We will communicate with you following review of your application.